AFTRS name of graduate program recipients
The Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) has announced the 14 recipients of its expanded graduate program, which this year will be implemented in partnership with ABC, BBC Studios, Endemol Shine Australia, Eureka Productions, Fremantle, ITV Studios Australia, SBS, Sky News Australia, Warner Bros. and WildBear Entertainment.
Designed to create tangible employment paths for graduates of the Bachelor of Arts Screen: Production, the program consists of a 13-week paid internship with participating host organizations, during which participants have the opportunity to be involved. in a variety of roles including development, production, marketing and programming.
Of the 14 graduates to secure places this year, Skye Leon and Jasmine Stokes will join the CBA; Kayla Groombridge and Tace Stevens to join BBC Studios; Tatjana Hamilton and Michael Odewahn-Oxley to join Endemol Shine Australia; Keziah Zen-Aloush will join Eureka; Faraz Anarwala will join Fremantle; Ruby Langsworth to join ITV Studios Australia; Raquel Cuevas to join SBS; Aemon Barzanji to join Sky News Australia; Stella Sciberras will join Warner Bros .; and Andrew Burvill and Melissa Brooks will join WildBear Entertainment.
AFTRS CEO Nell Greenwood said he paid tribute to the partners in the program for helping to facilitate the expansion of the initiative.
“Thanks to the commitment and generosity of our partners, AFTRS has been able to significantly expand its graduate program this year in terms of the number and range of internships,” she said.
“Internships are essential for providing real-world experience, developing professional networks and creating strong pipelines for Australian talent, and this program provides vital opportunities for some of our most talented graduate students to work at top companies in the world. production, to hone their professional skills and creativity.